Evaluation of Phytochemicals and in Vitro Anti-inflammatory , Anti-diabetic Activity of the White Oyster Mushroom , Pleurotus

@inproceedings{Pandimeena2015EvaluationOP,
  title={Evaluation of Phytochemicals and in Vitro Anti-inflammatory , Anti-diabetic Activity of the White Oyster Mushroom , Pleurotus},
  author={Pandimeena and M. Raja Prabu and Sumathy and and Kumuthakalavalli},
  year={2015}
}
  • Pandimeena, M. Raja Prabu, +1 author and Kumuthakalavalli
  • Published 2015
Phytochemicals which are present in the human diets possess a number of beneficial effects on human he lth. Mushrooms are invaluable sources of useful therapeu tic agents. Phytochemical screening of edible white oyster mushroom, Pleurotusflorida reveals the presence of phenols (61.85mg catechol equivalent), flavonoids 2.78mg , alkaloids 1.92mg, terpenoids 0.08 mg , tannins 0.52mg, saponins 0.05m g and glycosides 0.12mg in 100g dried powder. Metha nol extract of the mushroom was assessed for its… CONTINUE READING

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